My Subaru Outback was rear-ended about 2 weeks ago. It seemed like a very minor fender-bender, but ended up costing the other party's insurance a bit over $3k plus car rental. It took over a week to complete the repair, and when I picked it up yesterday, we went over the work in detail. They had to repair the rear body panel and floor pan, refinish the lift gate below the window, replace some trim and the bumper cover, and deal with remove/reinstall everything above, below, behind, beside, inside and outside all that nonsense. When I mentioned it had been in a rear-end accident before I purchased it, they said they saw no evidence of it, suggesting that either the damage was cosmetic and/or the repair was well done and thorough.